Save Up to 10% Off Car Hire and Take Your Taste Buds to France

LONDON, ENGLAND–(Marketwire – Aug. 19, 2010) – Ferries, trains and cheap airlines – there is absolutely no excuse not to hop over the channel to France.

With up to 10% off France car hire and prices starting from only £21 a day, renting a car will make sure you experience the very best of this wonderful country.

From bustling cities to beautiful coastline, France is a place that constantly delights. Take a drive and savour the flavours that make it the culinary capital of the world. With some of the best restaurants and wine regions in Europe, France is every foodie’s dream destination.

Here is a short list of our favourite destinations – just jump in your hire car and experience some culinary delights:

Normandy: From the staging area of William the Conqueror’s invasion in 1066 to the heroic D-day landings of World War II, Normandy has always been a pivotal area in Europe’s past. However, mixed in with all this festinating history, there are some wonderful tastes waiting to be discovered. Pick up your car hire in Caen from only £21 per day and drive down and experience some of the best seafood and cheese in France.

Paris: As the undisputed culinary capital of the world, Paris is the place to explore if you want to treat your palette to some of the world’s greatest food. With influences from all parts of France, Parisian cuisine can range from the traditional to the eclectic. Paris car hire starts from only £21 per day so add some va va voom to your Paris experience!

Bordeaux: Bordeaux has the perfect wine producing climate and as a result produces more fine wine than any other region in the world. Medoc, Graves and Saint Emilion not only produce some of the world’s best loves reds, but they are also regions of wonderful beauty. The stunning vineyards and picturesque villages are sure to entrance you. Bordeaux car hire starts at only £22 per day and allows you to get the best out of Bordeaux.

Don’t miss out, book your car hire in France today and taste France for yourself.

Pick up from 20 August – 30 September 2010

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